My work for more than two decades has been driven by my interest in the human mind which was prompted while growing up with my older sister who was severely retarded and blind.

Meditation and the psychedelic era also influenced my interest and desire to come to terms with my questions about thought and consciousness. 

During this time I have developed a visual language that continuously cycles through my work whether it is painting, drawing or sculpture.

The forms can be seen as lines of reason, gordian knots, unraveling and severed gordian knots, loosened dendrites and coils of thought advancing and receding in an brooding atmospheric almost baroque space. 

I really enjoy creating layers of forms which challenges discernment of what is in front and what is behind. Shapes emerge through shapes.

I enjoy working concurrently with large scale paintings and much smaller paintings as that switching scales tend to keep my sense sharper.